From March 17th 1997 to September 20th 2008 Over 60+ Shows Your Top 5 Shows that ever graced Toonami. (I know Sketch had one during the 10th anniversary but this I hope will be here for a quite a while, as more and more people come to the forum due to the end of the block) SO! I'll start up. 1) Rurouni Kenshin - For me, Kenshin has developed into one of my favorite series ever. A show with visual action that captivated the viewer and a character so deep, almost Shakespearean if you've read the manga or seen the Trust & Betrayal OVA. 2) Yu Yu Hakusho - A [adult swim] cast off or at the time, just what Toonami needed? For the people who weren't DBZ-a-holics, and wanted a more down to Earth and relative Teen protagonist? YYH was it. I was around 12 and was going through a lot stuff at home and school but Yusuke was the type of character who didn't give a care about anything, if anyone got in his face, he'd get right back. Didn't hurt if the story was superior in my opinion to some if not a majority of DBZ's arcs and the action leveled it. 3) Outlaw Star - Ah yes, Gene Starwind and his misfit band of buddies in their search for the Galactic Layline. A somewhat epic journey; it dragged in some places but it was unbelievably awesome none the less. Most of all, it forced questions into the mind of 10 year old you wouldn't expect until you were full on teen. And the Broken Promise (Dreams) video helped it all the more. 4) The Tenchi Saga - An awkward young man and a bunch relatively hot chicks filled with their crazy antics and adventures along with some insane action? Dude. Love Does Stink huh? But the show sure didn't. 5) IGPX - This WAS IT. The combination of everything you loved in a Toonami series; action, mecha, a decent storyline, even hints of romance. This was a show for the ages in terms of Toonami itself. The Ulimate Honorable Mention: Dragon Ball Z - The greatest Action Cartoon EVER made. What else do you wanna hear? It was just Epic.